Health Effects of Human Population Isolation and Admixture

Rudan, Igor
August 2006
Croatian Medical Journal;2006, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p526
Academic Journal
The article discusses the health effects of human population isolation and admixture on Croatian islands. It cites the causes of human population isolation and the health effects of geographic isolation. It mentions the health effects of cultural, linguistic, tribal/national, religious and social isolation. It discusses the health effects of genetic isolation.


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